27 weeks pregnant mother

Question: what should be taken in low bp??...plz suggest.i am 27 weeks pregnant...

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Answer: Start in taking small amount of pickle while having food. Whenever u feel dizzy, have small glass of salt water or ors or tender coconut. Have tender coconut water daily. This will bring your no back to normal.
Answer: Drink salt water n pickles till BP comes to normal
Answer: drink more water
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